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Announcement: Volunteer Opportunities for Paediatricians, Medical and Pre-Med Students at Chisang Clinic in rural eastern Nepal

With a growing patient load of newly born, toddlers and small children and an increase in ANC and PNC services, Chisang Clinic seeks Paediatricians, Medical and Nursing Students, and Pre-Med Student volunteers for 2014. Please contact Chisang Clinic at chisangclinic@gmail.com for more information on this new  volunteer position. Advertisements

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Announcement: Volunteer Opportunities for OB/GYN, Medical and Pre-Med Students at Chisang Clinic in rural eastern Nepal

Equipped with a clinic-based and portable USG, a fully functional Path Lab and ever increasing caseload of pregnant mothers, new mothers and women, both married and single,  seeking OB/GYN services, Chisang Clinic seeks OB/GYN, Pre-Med and 4th and 5th year medical student volunteers for all of 2014. Please contact Chisang Clinic at chisangclinic@gmail.com for more …

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Meghan and Chloe’s Experience at Chisang Clinic (Vol. II)

To conduct the feasibility study, a doctor from the United Kingdom came to the clinic and we set up a research team, with another nurse from Nepal, to write up a draft for all the considerations a birthing center would need. During the two weeks the doctor was at the clinic, we worked on bringing …

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Meghan and Chloe’s Experience at Chisang Clinic (Vol. I)

Meghan and I are nurses from University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle, Washington. We came to Nepal as first-time international volunteers. With the help of Village Volunteers, we were connected with the Chisang Clinic. After flying to Nepal, we stayed in Kathmandu for several days, then flew south to Biratnagar. We were greeted at …

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Feasibility Study for Chisang Clinic Birthing Centre

Introduction: Ever since Chisang Clinic Bhaunne was inaugurated in Mid-April 2012, the Clinic has been working hard to run a Well Child Clinic and a Well Woman Clinic between 10 AM and 2PM on different days of the week.  Over the past few months, Chisang Clinic Bhaunne has been requested by the local Women’s Group …

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Corinna Heiberg’s Public Health Perspective (Vol. II)

In my final semester at Berkeley before interning at Chisang Clinic I gave a presentation on uterine prolapse to a group of graduate students. Standing before the class I nervously repeated the lines I had already practiced countless times, saying “Uterine prolapse is a serious reproductive health condition that occurs when the uterus descends out …

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Dr. Briana Cranmer’s Pictures of Village Children

 

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Corinna Heiberg’s Public Health Perspective (Vol. I)

On a hot, humid summer day during my first month at Chisang Clinic, I biked behind Anita and Gita, trying to keep up as they navigated the narrow dusty roads of the village.  Using a hand drawn map we had made plotting the home of every woman in Bhaunne who was either pregnant or had …

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Giovanna DeLuca’s Chisang Clinic Experience (Vol. I)

The Road from Biratnagar  to Chisang Clinic As I’m waiting at baggage claim, and by baggage claim I mean a room about the size of my living room where a man comes and drops your bags on a table for people to sort through, a small man named Kewal comes up behind me and says …

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Dr Briana’s Village Pictures

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